An exciting new leadership development programme based on the new book by Andrew Morrish published by Bloomsbury in 2022. Learn how to use the four-part Authentic Leadership Model designed specifically to help you lead your school to success. Get in touch to discover more about how the book can transform your school culture (on purpose) so that together as authentic leaders you accomplish great things.
It's about leadership, and it's about right.
We've been talking about it a lot to anyone who will listen. See for yourself what we've been up to.
We offer a range of bespoke coaching packages designed for individuals or leadership teams to help them get even better. Enquire now to discover how we can help you build a sustainable coaching culture across your school or trust.
I really enjoyed the session today and feel inspired about my focused actions for the future. I've had a great conversation with my chair of governors tonight, capturing how we need to re-focus governor measures and pull everything back to our values, vision and strategy. A great day!
I found the session really helpful and left feeling less foggy with some real clarity about how to sharpen what we do. You managed to sum up, much more succinctly than me, what it is I'm struggling with. I was buzzing after our session!
East London, 2021
Thank you! I can't express how much your coaching has really developed my thinking but also supported actionable steps! I am looking forward to continuing our working relationship.
I felt very happy with the way last week's CEO performance management reviews went. Thanks for making it smooth and more productive and for supporting the board through this new approach and process.
Find out more about other books Andrew has contributed to including 'The Headteacher's Handbook', 'The Working Class', 'Wholesome Leadership' and 'Leadership for Tomorrow'.
A book that challenges all school leaders to focus less on the pursuit of relentless goals and targets and to focus more on creating an authentic vision, culture and ethos - providing the ‘base camp’ for authentic improvement.Douglas Melrose-Rae: Director, Association of Independent Schools, Sydney
Andrew’s approach to leadership is values-led and he instinctively understands that culture is key to transforming schools. If you are in difficulties this is maybe what you need most, and at the heart of this book is both compassion as well as passion.David Crossley: Author of ‘Sustainable School Transformation’
School leaders like Andrew are labelled ‘maverick’, but in reality they are people who base their leadership on principles and moral purpose and will not be deterred by fads such as Ofsted or government policies. They do what is right for their children.Sue Williamson: Chief Executive, SSAT
The Art of Standing Out is a timely and powerful book of profound honesty, deep humanity and wisdom.Professor John West-Burnham: Writer, author and leadership expert
Honest, entertaining and engaging, Morrish has written a book that will make you laugh, cry and think.Stephen Tierney: Former MAT CEO, author and Chair of Heads Roundtable
I judge leadership on a number of qualities; authenticity, passion, courage, vision and honesty. To my mind Andrew Morrish displays all of these qualities and more in abundance. This beautiful, inspirational book made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up many times. This is a real reflection of a leader I admire greatly serving his communities in life changing ways.Richard Gerver: Bestselling author and award-winning speaker
We are here to help you put the pieces back together. Aligning your core purpose with vision and strategy is the key to building great culture. It's on culture on purpose. It's what we do.
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Learn how to flip the inspection framework and transform your school from special measures to standingout in a way that is wholesome, nourishing and ethical, without giving two hoots about Ofsted. And all in one thousand days.
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